DOT/IATA/IMDG Hazmat Shipping Training Course
|TIME TO COMPLETE:||Part 1 – DOT (5 hours); Part 2 – IATA (4 hours), Part 3 – IMDG (3 hours)
Total time to complete = 12 hours
|CONTINUING EDUCATION:||0.12 CEUs|
|ACCOUNT ACTIVE FOR:||You will have 90 days to complete the training and can come and go as you need|
|REGULATIONS SATISFIED:||49 CFR, Part 172.704 (Subpart H), DGR 1.5 & IMDG 1.3|
|REFRESH AGAIN:||DOT & IMDG – 3 years/ IATA – 2 years|
If you ship hazmat via ground, air and vessel this course will give you the certification you need.
Interactive PowerPoint with audio and video.
Certification recognized by all carriers such as FedEx, UPS, DHL, etc..
Max Subscription Days: 90 Days
Subjects: DOT Hazmat Courses – Ground, Air or Sea
Price: US $439.00
Do you package hazardous materials for domestic and international shipments?
Do you ship internationally by air and sea?
Then, this course is what you need!
Our online DOT/IATA/IMDG course is designed for anyone involved with hazardous materials that are responsible for overall compliance with domestic and international (US DOT, IATA, and IMO) hazmat/dangerous goods regulations. Training is designed to help meet the DOT requirements found in 49 CFR 172 (Subpart H), IATA’s hazmat training requirements in IATA DGR 1.5, and IMO’s vessel hazmat training mandate in IMDG Code 1.3.1.
PART 1- DOT OBJECTIVES:
- Meet the federal requirements of 49 CFR, Part 172.704 for certification in hazardous materials handling and transportation.
- List the various laws relating to hazardous materials handling, response, and transportation including those related to 49 CFR, 40 CFR and 29 CFR as applicable.
- Identify the definitions of hazardous materials and the terminology associated with safety when shipping/working with hazardous materials/wastes.
- Identify the types and classifications of hazardous materials and the various hazards and risks associated with them.
- Know the functions required for a DOT Hazmat Employee including knowledge of the Hazardous Materials Table (49 CFR 172.101), Labels and Placards, and shipping papers including signing waste manifests.
- Define work practices by which employees can minimize the risks associated with working around hazardous materials including proper handling to avoid accidents.
- Identify various hazardous materials/wastes using the Department of Transportation (DOT) Labeling system.
- Identify emergency activities related to hazardous materials releases and of the employee’s role in emergency activities.
- Define Security Awareness including risks and response to security threats.
- Identify function specific operations to which the employee will be expected to perform including proper marking and labeling of packages and containers, shipping papers, packaging, and other required duties.
PART 2- IATA OBJECTIVES:
Shipping dangerous goods by air carries a high consequence of error!
This dangerous goods air transportation course was developed for:
- – Shippers;
- – Packers; and
- – Staff of freight forwarders* involved in processing dangerous goods consignments.
*Freight forwarding that does not involve handling, storing, or loading cargo, mail, or baggage.
- The course covers the following topics:
- – IATA Regulatory Basis
- – General Philosophy
- – Training Requirements
- – IATA Manual Layout
- – Security
- – Limitations
- – Classification
- – Identification
- – Packing
- – Packaging Specifications
- – Marking and Labeling
- – Documentation
PART 3- IMDG OBJECTIVES:
If you ship hazmat by vessel, your carrier may require your packages to meet international standards. IMDG training is required for all persons who transport dangerous goods according to IMDG Code 1.3. The IMDG training rules are recommended for shore-based personnel. However, vessel carriers often require compliance with them as a condition of accepting your shipments. These rules apply in addition to the US DOT Hazardous Materials Regulations. The DOT also requires hazmat employees to be trained on all applicable modal rules. Failure to comply with the IMDG Code can result in civil penalties, rejected shipments, incidents in transit, and carrier blacklisting.
This dangerous goods vessel transportation portion of this course was developed for anyone that:
- – Have any involvement in shipping dangerous goods by vessel;
- – Classify dangerous goods;
- – Select proper shipping names;
- – Pack, mark, label or placard dangerous good packagings;
- – Load/unload Cargo Transport Units; and
- – Prepare or sign dangerous good shipping papers.
The IMDG Code is produced by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), an agency of the United Nations charged with maintaining the international rules for shipping dangerous goods by sea. The IMDG Code is based on the United Nations Committee of Experts recommendations. These are the official international rules for dangerous goods transportation by vessel. In order to do business with many vessel carriers, you must comply with the IMDG rules.
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be compliant with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) dangerous goods shipping requirements; IMO’s vessel hazmat training mandate IMDG Code 1.3.1 and will have met one of the “function-specific” elements of the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) hazmat employee training (as this relates to 49 Code of Regulations §172.704).
1. Complete a multiple choice question examination with at least 75% accuracy.
Certification of Compliance with applicable Federal regulations – 49 CFR 172.704, DGR 1.5 & IMDG 1.3.1